Falcons All-Pro wide receiver Julio Jones is just fine with how the team currently uses their no-huddle offense.
“For me, with the no-huddle, it’s just whatever the offensive coordinator (Kyle Shanahan) wants to do,” Jones said on Thursday. “He’s up in the box and he can kind of see the fatigue of the defense.”
Jones scored on a 25-yard pass play when the Falcon used the no-huddle against Tampa Bay.
“He puts us in the no-huddle to put pressure on the defense,” Jones said. “When the guys are fresh out there, you can’t really go no-huddle right away. You have to get into the flow of things with the running game, you have to run the ball pretty good and also have to move the ball with the passing game as well.”